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: all schools in newtown are opening for the first time since friday's shooting, except sandy hook elementary. state police cezanne did hook will remain a secure crime scene, indefinitely. -- there will be more children funerals today. several wakes are scheduled for today. two 6-year-old boys have already been laid to rest jack pinto and noah posner. we are learning jetblue jumped to help the posner family when know with what's put out a call for help. she wanted to bury handwritten notes from family members with her son but his cousin lives in sale. when others failed, jetblue got the letter on a plane and did it make it there. as for the investigation police are trying to get information out of a computer found at the home of the shooter adam lanza and his mother it was badly damaged but they hope they can recover something that will point to a motive. authorities have told abc news that the weapons used were purchased by nancy, between 2010 and 2012. according to the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms, adam visited shooting ranges several times in recent years, at least on
at 7.9%. economists blame everything from sandy to worries over the fiscal i cliff. >> reporter: the fiscal cliff is still three weeks ago the economy may have already taken a hit economists predict the jobs report will show employers added fewer than 100,000 workers in november. superstorm sandy may be part of the reason, worry over the fiscal cliff may have also had an impact. some estimate at least 200,000 fewer jobs have been created this year, due to urn certainty about the fiscal cliff. -- >> reporter: >> the president: it is important we get this done now. >> reporter: in washington republicans and democrats are talking, no breakthrough locked in a stalemate. president obama demanding higher tax rates for the wealthy and permanent extension of the debt ceiling be part of a deal. >> he showed what is he is after is assuming unprecedented power without limit. >> reporter: republicans say they will only raise tax revenue in exchange for deep spending cuts. if washington can't strike a deal one casualty would be the end of compensation for long term unemployed, people like me
for sandy victims. they will debate the bill on monday. republicans are looking at a smaller initial package to cover immediate needs. they are awaiting for more detailed evidence on damages for additional spending. meantime, the teachers' union are pledging a billion dollars to help repair roads and bridges >>> blue shield is proposing raising rates as much as 20% to individual policyholders. >> shame on you! >> past rate hikes have attracted molesters outside offices in san francisco. under the plan, the average rate hike would be 12% but some could see rate increases as high as 20%. consumer groups point to their huge cash reserve and nearly 4 bye and say some of the money should be used to off set the rate increase. they say the money is needed it can pay all climbs. >> if you get up extra early to go for a run, new research suggests that best time may be the afternoon. they used mice how exercise affects the internal clock. they thought they would see the best results from morning exercise but instead, mice that ran later make more proteins. >> it's 4:57. a pair of powerful earthquakes
for teacher and principal. former sandy hook principal is coming out of retirement to lead the school at its new location in the neighboring town of money -- monroe. >>> santa clara county leaders will hold a vigil tonight for the victims of the school tragedy. last night members of the sikh community gathered to offer their prayers. after a vigil in fairfield there was a discussion about issues related to the tragedy, including gun control and mental health help. the congregation is inviting people of all religions to join them for another says sunday. -- another service sunday. stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage. also sign up for breaking news alerts at abc7news.com. >>> 4:35. this morning the fight for painter thomas kincade's 66 million dollar estate is over his estranged wife and live-in girlfriend have reached a settlement. nanette kincade and amy pinto have been battling since he died last april. pinto claims he left her 10 million dollars and his santa clara county estate. nanette kincade has disputed that. >>> in a few hours california public utilities commission is set to
be at 3 to 4%, it is only at .7. hurricane sandy taking some of the blame for the low sales. also, the possibility of the fiscal cliff, some think americans are feeling skittish. retailers hope shoppers will come out today to help push numbers up, help their bottom line as they close out this holiday season. the stores are opening here in san mateo and all over the bay area, old navy opening at 5:00 this morning. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> storm watch coverage, all of this rain has caused flooding in some areas. sonoma county, road closures last night. highway 12 and 121 in shellville remains closed for now south of sonoma, it is expected to reopen sometime today. tomas roman shows the difficult driving conditions throughout the bay area. >> reporter:f+tñc this is too common a sight for many here. highway 120 with one and highway 12 floods after heavy rain then becomes a river when high tide occurs. rain was heavy throughout the bay area in american canyon highway 12 and red top roads streets became flooded after 5 p.m.. umbrellas were necessary. rain poured down on mcdonald
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